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Old 10-24-2012, 06:49 PM   #11
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I had the worst ms with my worst (meaning most painful mc). I had bad ms with my daughters (puking several times a day), mild nausea with son, and with this one it is just odd. I am more motion sick as in dizzy in the head and mild nausea. After my last mc I don't put stock in ms at all because I should have a healthy baby now if that was true.

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Old 10-24-2012, 07:50 PM   #12
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Now. But they have shown am actual correlation between ms and gender. Women who suffer from ms are much more likely to have girls.
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:53 PM   #13
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Now. But they have shown am actual correlation between ms and gender. Women who suffer from ms are much more likely to have girls.
It is the opposite for me. I had it with my boy. Pretty much none with my girls.
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Old 10-24-2012, 09:14 PM   #14
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I don't think there's a correlation. With DS I was miserable for a long time, especially when I was working, but with this baby I'm just super tired and have a really low appetite. Miserable, but not "sick". But there's nothing to suggest this baby isn't just as healthy as DS. don't worry, mama. I wouldn't listen to stuff like that.
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:36 AM   #15
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For me, yes. I have been sick with my 3 girls, not at all sick with my 3 miscarriages. This time.... sick, so hopefully there is a healthy baby growing in there. And I am really hoping that doesn't mean it is another girl. LOL

My mom was the same kind of sick with all 5 of us, 2 girls 3 boys. My SIL wasn't sick at all with her 3 (2 boys, 1 girl). My sis was sick as a dog with her 3 girls.

I think it is different for everyone.
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I don't think so, personally. I have never had morning sickness or any other problems and have 3 healthy kids who were born right on their due date.

I do have a stomach/digestive condition and that acted up more during my pregnancy with my last baby, and she was our smallest (7.12) and was born with a heart murmur. So in my case, if anything, it was the opposite. But I don't think there is any correlation honestly.
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Old 10-25-2012, 08:09 PM   #17
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I think maybe for some it is. But how would that account for women who never get sick and have perfectly healthy babies? I think it's what is good for "your" body. BUT every pregnancy is different. My sister has had 6 and each one was different.
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No way. I think they just say that because usually during loss, you lose your MS. But only because your hormones are declining. So I think they read that correlation and create some stupid rule about it that scares moms
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Every pregnancy is different, I can vouch for that. As far as morning sickness goes, I think (my opinion) that if you take your vitamin with your meal or split it if you have 6 smaller meals, you are much less likely to feel pukey. We are creating cardiovascular systems, brains, skeletal systems - this is big work! We also need more blood where as why we have is also creating a placenta.
This will be my LAST pregnancy and I WILL get my new mommy boobs for my birthday next year! I WILL cherish this pregnancy as I just felt like a host the last 4 times.
I can tell you though that when I carried the girls, I felt more exhausted unless it's in my head and it could quite possible be.
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